An agreement between the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria and local tribes has paved the way for hundreds of family members of ISIS fighters to undergo rehabilitation and societal reintegration.
Jada'an, a young Yazidi child, was one of 15 children rescued from ISIS' last stronghold of Baghouz in eastern Syria in March. However, after spending five years under the clutches of ISIS, he is struggling to reintegrate into his community.
The Na'im Roundabout of Raqqa City gained global infamy under ISIS due to its use as an execution spot. Now, local officials are rehabilitating it to return it to the public hangout spot it once was in better days.
Volunteers in the city of Qamishli in northern Syria have concerned themselves with establishing a cultural and educational centre for children. The centre focuses on helping children get rid of their memories of war.